Here’s a fairly random collection of information I’ve collected over recent weeks:
- The Institute for Research in the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is advertising fellowships for 2018-19. Particularly notable are the Solmsen Fellowships on pre-1700 Europe and the Kingdon Fellowship on Judeo-Christian religious traditions. Applications are due Nov. 2, 2017. Details here.
- The a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne is advertising a large number of doctoral fellowships. The deadline is November 3, 2017. Details here.
- The Journée thomiste 2017 is scheduled for November 25 (Paris).
- The annual Charles Schmitt Prize is on again, in any area of intellectual history after 1500. Deadline is December 31.
- Martin Klein, Naomi Osorio-Kupferblum, and Oliver Istvan Toth have put out a call for papers on consciousness in medieval and early modern philosophy of mind, to be published in a special issue of the Romanian journal Society and Politics. The deadline is March 31, 2018. Details here.
- There’s a conference on the Calculatores tradition in Munich next spring (May 23-25, 2018). Details here.
- Leuven is hosting a conference on Theories of Causal Powers in the Thirteenth and the Fourteenth Century (June 1-2, 2018). CfP deadline February 15, 2018.
- Leuven is also hosting a conference next summer on Marsilius of Padua (July 6-7, 2018). Details here. CfP deadline December 31, 2017.
- Groningen is hosting a conference on Substance in Early Modern Scholasticism (June 4-5, 2018).
- The third Symposium Thomisticum will be held in Athens next summer on the theme Aquinas and the Greeks (June 7-9, 2018). CfP deadline December 1, 2017.
- The Thomas Institute in Utrecht has announced a conference on Initiation and Mystagogy in Thomas Aquinas: Theological, Philosophical, Liturgical, and Pedagogical Perspectives (December 13-15, 2018). CfP deadline March 1, 2018.
- The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy has a handsome new web page with much information about the Society.
- There’s a wonderful interview with James South (Marquette) at the APA blog.
I have an alert for the Pariscope and they put up some stuff for the fall, some of them even in time to go to: http://parimed.hypotheses.org/category/colloques-et-journees-detude
The Italians aren’t better but I like their label “Call for Jobs”. That is funny. http://www.phmae.it/category/events-conferences/
Lots of French stuff this is worth noticing: https://www.puf.com/content/Questions_sur_la_m%C3%A9taphysique_-_Volume_I_Livres_I_%C3%A0_III
The community so disorganised. Good luck with this.